1994's iconic Pulp Fiction saw the least pugilistic boxing film in the consciousness of the general public that I can remember. The defiant fighter Butch Coolidge (Bruce Willis) and his match are a major driving force for everything in the movie. [anachronistic spoiler alert text] Maybe I'm biased but any fighter who gets the same proposal is totally justified in a double-cross. [/anachronistic spoiler alert text]
Rob Ager (Collative Learning) recently caught my eye with a shareable analysis I thought you might enjoy of Butch, the watch and the fighting spirit in his life. I loved it and I hope you will too.
Work that bag,
Basement Gym Boxing
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